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. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> thank you, supervisor cohen. can we just bring mr. kwan back up from dpw to answer more clearly what kind of notice do you usually give to residents that have serious concerns about a project and why weren't they notified? apparently they were not before this hearing between june and now. >> supervisor john kwan for the department of public works once again. the issues raised by the citizens related to this directors' hearing that we had, okay, involve certain review and by the design team in this case, they engaged a design professional who made the evaluation. we did not receive that package until mid to late august. it took us time to review. by the time we completed the review, it was already in november and at that point we started packaging up the findings along with the legislation normally at that point we would then notify all the people who had attended that director's hearing in this case. what happened is it appears to be an error, an oversight on our part, that we somehow did not inform them properly or if timely right after we sub
's no other public comment we're going to close public comment. mr. kwan, could you please come forward, i know there's a number of questions that were raised, could you do your best to answer those questions? >> thank you, supervisors, john kwan from the department of public works once again. it is a very -- the public comments were on a variety of comments in
. >> thank you very much. mr. kwan, do you have any idea what the range would be of fair market value for the hundred feet of encroachment that this property owner has done. >> honest truth, the department won't know and that's why the applicant would need to engage the department of real estate to find out what the fair market value would be. >> supervisor wiener. >> is the owner of the property or project sponsor here? >> i don't believe so. i believe the agent that processed this permit is here but i'm not sure whether they have anything significant that they can add at this point. >> the owner of the property or representative isn't planning to address this committee? >> i do not see him present at this point. >> they are requesting the encroachment. okay. >> supervisor cohen. >> thank you, i wasn't quite finished yet. supervisor wiener actually asked one of the questions that -- no, it's okay -- that was on the tip of my tongue, where is the property owner? i find it very interesting, we're deliberating on a matter and the property owner is not here, they have not engaged with
, is there anyone else that would like to speak? then public comment is closed. can i just ask miss tang and mr. kwan if you can respond how the flooding can be mitigated or some of the other issues brought up and how the project sponsor has tried to mitigate that if at all. >> john kwan, department of public works. the citizens did bring up these concerns at the directors' hearing. based on those concerns we did inform the applicant to do an engineering analysis. that's why it was evaluated by a hydraulics group who evaluate the storm water. it was evaluated by a structures group who evaluated what was happening with the wall and eventually a disability group. in the engineering analysis it was determined that in times of heavy rain, the rain
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